(j3.2006) Fwd: Serious Copyright Infringement of An ISO (International Organization for Standardization) English Standard

Dan Nagle danlnagle
Tue Apr 1 21:09:06 EDT 2014


The document whose link I removed had no statement of copyright
(that I could find, anyway).  Still, better to retreat.

The 007 directory may re-appear under the Members Only area,
when I have time to do it.  (Without shell access, I?ll
test the ability of sftp to move the directories across
the web site.  Sorry, this may take some time to reckon
the best course.)

On Apr 1, 2014, at 17:39 , Malcolm Cohen <malcolm at NAG-J.CO.JP> wrote:

>> Infringing URL: http://j3-fortran.org/doc/standing/links/007.pdf
> It's been taken down so I don't know what this was ... but if it was a link to 
> the DIS, that would be our mistake.  As a general rule, if the document itself 
> says it is "Copyright ISO", then we cannot leave it up long-term.

It was 10-007r1.pdf

> Van Snyder wrote:
>> Does ISO own the copyright to our drafts?
> Not to the working drafts.  Yes to the DIS.  Maybe not to the initial CD, don't 
> know about the FCD, but as a simple rule if the document itself says it is 
> copyright ISO (and all the near-final drafts do), we would have a hard time 
> arguing that it is not!
>> If not, post a link to 12-007
>> or 10-007r1 on the "standing" page.
> Please no.  The current 007 is 14-007 (hopefully soon to be replaced).
> It might be nice for 007 to at least appear in the list with its description.  I 
> personally virtually never use the standing document links (because none of them 
> say which version they link to), so especially given its size (and the tendency 
> for this page to become outdated) I would be happy for there not to be any 
> actual link for 007, just its description.
> Cheers,
> -- 
> ................................Malcolm Cohen, Nihon NAG, Tokyo. 
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